Fullerton Motor Lodge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rare look into Walt Disney’s private apartment in Town Square, see where he lived while he was creating his dream theme park and listen to the insider story about the lamp in the window.
I was not allowed to do personal photography because it was not be permitted inside Walt’s apartment, but the tour does include a group photo opportunity inside the apartment.
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... in the morning, which was great, as it was a flat rate into West Hollywood. He dropped us right out the front of the Chinese Movie Theatre, surrounded by tourists of course. We took a few snaps of the building, a few of the celebrities that had written their names and put their handprints in the concrete path. We struggled to find the entrance of the Dolby Theatre, so decided to catch up with some mates at Madame Tussaud's. It was ...
Today we went on A Day in LA tour - and what a day it was! But first we had to navigate the public transport system - always a joy in a strange city. Thankfully a lot of the locals could see how useless we were and helped us out. At one point we looked around the bus and we were the only non-Hispanics on board. So there are a lot of Hispanics in LA, but the ones we have met have been very helpful and kind.
... br> Cameras:
Plan on bringing an extra camera if you are a photo buff. I usually use my my iPhone and a very small Sony camera that I can keep in my pocket and can quickly retrieve. You might want to think about emailing photos and video clips home every few days when free WiFi is available as "Photo Postcards".
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... with the rationale that it would be a very long time before we visited Australia again let alone the west coast compared to the relative easy access to America from the UK.
We hope you have enjoyed this first instalment of Australia and look forward to you joining us next time as we head along some even more remote roads than the east coast, do a fantastic coastal walk in Kalbarri, swim with whale sharks in Ningaloo Marine Park and watch shooting stars in Karijini National Park.
Bruce & Tara
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